“My mother, Marilyn Marino, made this afghan with loving care. She stated every stitch represents her love. She made it upon my request with her arthritic hands at a time when her husband of 55 years lay in bed ill. Every weekend I would come to her house to help care for my father as she spent hours working on it. It took nearly a year to finish. The colors represent the story of Joseph and his coat of many colors.
Framing this special afghan meant the world to my family. It represents love, perseverance and so much more. Now it is preserved to pass on to my daughter and future generations to come.”